Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Questions We Should Really Be Asking Our Leaders

Will our world be love-centered or fear-centered? In the United States, we just about to begin the next presidential election cycle. That is the election that happens every four years and includes Congressional races for all house seats, one-third of … Continue reading

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Are You an Extraordinary Thinker?

We all have choices in life. One important choice is to decide if you are going to be an ordinary thinker or an extraordinary thinker. What’s the difference? Ordinary thinkers are fear-driven. Extraordinary thinkers are love-driven. Ordinary thinkers believe they … Continue reading

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The Parable of The Only Way to Work

John had lived his whole life in his house. In fact, he was the third generation of his family to live in the same house and work at the same plant.  Mike was John’s life-long friend. They grew up on … Continue reading

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Pangaea, Plate Subduction, and Ancient Civilizations

Do natural forces upon the Earth hide evidence of extremely ancient advanced civilizations? Have supercontinents, continental drift, and plate subduction hidden evidence for past advanced civilizations on Earth? Does even the great Antarctic ice sheet hide such evidence? Over the … Continue reading

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